Rabbits can and do eat apple because rabbits usually have a sweet tooth and they love apple and other fruits, but they should eat it only as a treat or else they will likely become ill. Wild rabbits do not eat apple or other fruit on a regular basis. Too many treats can lead to a variety of illnesses in rabbits. If you want to feed your rabbit a treat, a small bite or two of apple every few days should probably be fine, so long as your rabbit is also healthy and eating a balanced diet. See the related question below for more info and helpful links about the rabbit diet. Apple seeds are toxic to rabbits, so always remove them beforehand; rabbits should never eat apple seeds -- it can make them very sick.
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